Cleveland Browns Owner Randy Lerner Should Apologize, Not Derek Anderson

March 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Here’s some Cleveland Browns news that isn’t really news to anyone: Browns cut one-hit wonder Derek Anderson; Anderson blasts Cleveland fans on his way out the door.
Pretty much business as usual for one of the most hopeless organizations in the NFL.

Anderson's wrath and subsequent apology (stating Browns fans are ruthless and don't deserve a winner) stemmed from a November 2008 game against the Indianapolis Colts where Browns fans cheered as he limped off the field after tearing his MCL, ending his season.
Browns fans were heavily criticized for this, and already have a spotty record when it comes to exemplary behavior. They famously cheered when Tim Couch departed a game with a concussion (for which he later broke down in tears), and they threw hundreds of plastic beer bottles onto the field during a 2001 game which caused both teams and the officiating crew to evacuate.
But I don’t blame Browns fans for cheering after Anderson was i...

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